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Japan national football team in 2014

The Japan national football team in 2014, managed by head coach Alberto Zaccheroni, compete in the 2014 FIFA World Cup, in amongst international friendly matches both at home and abroad, as they progress towards the 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2015 AFC Asian Cup. After the World Cup, Javier Aguirre had been appointed as the new head coach.

Contents

  • Record 1
  • Goalscorers 2
  • Kits 3
  • Schedule 4
    • Friendly matches 4.1
    • World Cup 2014 4.2
  • References 5

Record

Competition GP W D L GF GA GD
International Friendly 10 8 0 2 24 13 +11
2014 FIFA World Cup 3 0 1 2 2 6 -4
Total 13 8 1 4 26 19 +7

Goalscorers

Player International Friendly 2014 FIFA World Cup Goals
Keisuke Honda 3 1 4
Shinji Okazaki 3 1 4
Shinji Kagawa 3 0 3
Yasuhito Endo 2 0 2
Takashi Inui 2 0 2
Yohei Toyoda 1 0 1
Masato Morishige 1 0 1
Atsuto Uchida 1 0 1
Yoichiro Kakitani 1 0 1
Yoshito Okubo 1 0 1
Yoshinori Muto 1 0 1
Gaku Shibasaki 1 0 1
Yasuyuki Konno 1 0 5
Maya Yoshida 1 0 1
Own Goal 1 0 1

Kits

Schedule

Friendly matches

World Cup 2014


      Win       Draw       Loss

References

  1. ^ a b c d e Japan to play New Zealand in World Cup warm-up Japan Football Association, 2013-12-12.
  2. ^ Matches FIFA.com. Retrieved: 2014-02-02.
  3. ^ Japan schedules friendly against Cyprus The Japan Times, 2014-02-12.
  4. ^ Selección de Costa Rica tendrá fogueo en junio ante Japón La Nación, 2014-02-04. (Spanish)
  5. ^ Japan will play Zambia in Tampa, Florida Japan Football Association, 2014-03-28.
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